• The crimes were reportedly committed between 2013 and 2018
  • Kaalan Walker lured victims under the pretext of appearing in music shoots and meeting celebrities
  • He was ordered to register as a sex offender

Rapper and actor Kaalan Walker, known for his appearance in the 2018 film "SuperFly," received a prison sentence of 50 years to life after being convicted of raping multiple women and teenage girls.

The 27-year-old was also ordered to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life by Superior Court Judge Joseph Brandolino, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Walker, who was sentenced Monday, was convicted in April of three counts of forcible rape, two counts of statutory rape and two counts of rape by intoxication for crimes between 2013 and 2018.

Born in California in 1995, the rapper-actor debuted in the film "Kings," alongside Halle Berry and Daniel Craig. He acted in "SuperFly" with Trevor Jackson, and also appeared in the drama television series, "In Contempt."

He dropped his EP "The Intermission" in 2017.

The rapper and actor's net worth is approximately $1.5 Million, according to Famous Birthdays.

Walker's attorney, Andrew Flier, said his client's career has been ruined because of the victims' claims.

He was arrested in 2018 after being accused of luring his victims through social media, and getting them to locations under the pretext of appearing for music video shoots or introducing them to a celebrity, PEOPLE reported. Some of the victims were aspiring models.

The victims told the police Walker sexually assaulted them when they were at the location.

"When they said 'Stop,' he didn't care,'' Deputy District Attorney Yasmin Fardghassemi told the jury in March, according to NBC LA.

The "single thing that unites all of these women is the defendant Kaalan Walker," Fardghassemi said about the victims he was convicted of assaulting.

Deputy District Attorney Cynthia Wallace said he was "truly a predator."

Walker's attorney said his client has been experiencing "a living nightmare."

"They're going to lie to you because they know that they fell for his B.S.,'' the defense lawyer told jurors.

"The pattern of Mr. Walker is to make false promises, and they bought it... Each one of these women voluntarily made their own decisions,'' Flier said about the victims and claimed they were out for "revenge."

"He didn't force them... It's pay-back to Mr. Walker and we're not going to let that happen," Flier added.

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